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Into Something Rich and Strange: Practicing Love in Lament

Jason Cook recounts the initial days of his journey at DTS, illuminating the solemnity of poetic lament and the spiritual art of listening.

Arts Week 2018
  1. Into Something Rich and Strange: Practicing Love in Listening
  2. Into Something Rich and Strange: Practicing Love in Lament
  3. Restor(i)ed Loves: The Contest for our Imaginations
  4. From Excarnation to Re-enchantment: Why Imagination is Crucial for Mission
James E. Allman
Dr. James Allman was professor at Crichton College for 18 years before joining the DTS faculty. Since 1987, he has been a visiting lecturer in Australia, Ukraine, India, and Siberia. He served as a translator for many of the psalms in the Holman Christian Standard Bible.
Jason Cook
Jason Cook is a poet and storyteller in the ThM Media Arts Emphasis at Dallas Theological Seminary. Before coming to DTS, he spent 8 years practicing architecture. Much of that time he also served as a youth pastor. As a student at DTS, he has developed a growing interest in the issues of racial discrimination, biblical lament, compassion, and cross-cultural reconciliation. As an artist whose primary medium is the spoken word, he has been especially drawn to the theological significance of speaking and hearing. 
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